20 Best Power Project Development Podcasts of 2021

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Are you wanting to learn more about power project development ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best power project development podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!

Best Power Project Development Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

The Create Connect Convert Podcast

  • Publisher: Yevgeniya Davarashvili
  • Total Episodes: 52

Welcome to the Create Connect Convert Podcast, hosted by Yevgeniya Davarashvili (more commonly known as Gigi), Founder of One6Creative – a creative studio that merges design with marketing and conversion to help small businesses achieve big growth and results. On this show I talk about how to CREATE an authentic brand that will leave lasting impressions, how to CONNECT with your ideal clients, and how to CONVERT your followers into raving fans. This podcast is for creative entrepreneurs who want to up-level their business and turn it into a profitable + sustainable power machine. Each week, I will bring you action-packed episodes with proven strategies, as well as honest conversations about what it takes to run your own business. We’ll cover topics like marketing strategies, email list building, business automations, project management, social media marketing, brand development and much more, so that you can take the overwhelm out of your business and start focusing on growth and transformation instead.

Lead Your Life

  • Publisher: Natalie Barron
  • Total Episodes: 66

How do I get promoted into a leadership role if I’ve never managed people before? How do I communicate with more confidence? How can I feel completely happy and fulfilled? Is it really possible to make that passion project into a profitable business? How can I have extraordinary relationships in my life? The Lead Your Life podcast is a combination of inspirational life-stories, personal development, and REAL conversations that will help you live, lead and work on purpose. Every week your host, Natalie Barron, will bring you a variety of thought leaders, insights, and resources that will inspire you to not only THINK differently, but DO things differently. If you are ready to be BOLD, step into your POWER, and live the life of your DREAMS, then join our community of life leaders by hitting subscribe and listening each week. Now is the time for you to “Lead your Life”, so you can love your life.

Conflict Zone from the LSE

  • Publisher: Conflict Zone from the LSE
  • Total Episodes: 11

Cutting edge research into the drivers of intractable conflict. Our researchers bring together the big ideas and concepts needed to understand the causes of organised violence in the twenty-first century. We expose the political economy of organised violence: the networks of money and power that stand behind many of the world’s trouble spots.  Produced by the Conflict Research Programme, an international research project funded by the UK Department of International Development.  


  • Publisher: GP Jacob
  • Total Episodes: 71

money.power.land.solidarity. is a Minneapolis-based podcast about economic and urban development, local politics, race, class, wealth, and culture from a working-class leftist perspective. Our entry point was the Upper Harbor Terminal Development, a project slated for North Minneapolis’ river front, and continues to be core to our conversations and interviews.

Power of ERDC

  • Publisher: U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
  • Total Episodes: 5

Satisfy your curiosity and learn how some of our country’s smartest engineers and scientists are solving many of the toughest challenges facing the nation and the Warfighter. The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) is comprised of seven research laboratories across four states, and one of its greatest strengths is its ability to combine the expertise from multiple laboratories into powerful, cross-disciplinary projects. Each month, we dive into one of these complex problems across its broad civil works and military mission space and ask ERDC’s world-class researchers about how they are discovering, developing and delivering practical cutting-edge solutions that make the world safer and better.


  • Publisher: Sohail Hasnie
  • Total Episodes: 72

Energypreneurs is a podcast that brings solar power, electric vehicles and battery technologies to young entrepreneurs. Sohail Hasnie, our host, is a firm believer that the solution to climate change lies in these technologies, which will also fundamentally change the way we think about electricity and transportation—on road, on water and even on air. Over the last 35 years, Sohail has applied technology and innovation in many large infrastructure projects across Australasia. As a staff of the Asian Development Bank since 2001, he has developed large investment projects with solar power, battery, and electric vehicles across Asia.

The History of the Congo

  • Publisher: Peter Teddington
  • Total Episodes: 15

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) enjoys vast deposits of precious minerals and metals. Diamonds are found in the south and center of the country and the land holds 80% of the world’s Coltan, needed in all our mobile phones. It should be one of the richest countries on Earth, but it is not. This Podcast explores why, from the very beginning. A new podcast will be released each Monday every two weeks, the website is https://www.thehistoryofthecongo.com Starting in prehistoric times, we talk through the topography and the Bantu migrations. We meet the famous empires of Central Africa. Firstly we meet the The Kingdom of the Kongo which posted diplomats throughout Europe and whose Kings corresponded with the superpowers of the day, and with the Vatican. This Kingdom was able to ally with International forces and militarily confront the initial European expansions. We are introduced to the Luba peoples who developed the Bulopwe system of government which spread through central Africa and sat as the bedrock for the adjacent Lunda Empire. We see these Kingdoms, and other peoples meeting with the European powers and explorers as Europe wanted to complete its map of Central Africa. Here the peoples and the country were wrapped up in the eddies of 19th and 20th century international politics. The Congolese voice in these is under-represented and the Congo was the catalyst for the colonial expansion of the late 19th Century and, at the behest of a new Superpower, the USA, became the personal property of one man. The borders were created through opportunistic expansion, geo-political negotiation and a Belgo-Arab war in central Africa. The DRC borders were never drawn up with reference to the people, the legacy of which still sits with us today. Under a Belgian King, the horrors the people were subjected to were the catalyst for a vast human rights movement spreading throughout Britain and America. Celebrities such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Mark Twain helped force the Belgian King to cede the country to the Belgian State. The people living there experienced a unique development and supported the allies in World War 1. In World War 2 the Congo provided the Uranium for the Manhattan project and became an arena for spies in which the Allies and the Nazis vied for sole use of this in the as yet finished Atomic Bomb. All this against the backdrop of conflicted loyalties between some of the Belgian elite who sympathized with the Nazi cause and were willing, all too easily, to accept the Nazi Victory over the free world. After the allied victory the Congolese had shared the conflict with their European rulers, had seen their value, and a new confidence was born. Congolese music and culture flourished, and the colony achieved new highs in living standards. But in the winds of change decolonization spread rapidly throughout Africa. The Belgians struggled with the pace of change and panicking at unrest and conflicts in the rest if the continent effectively gave 6 months’ notice of exit after 52 years. The Congolese were independent without the history of rule of the country as a whole. Tribal loyalties challenged unity and the country was embroiled in the Cold War with its democratically elected leader, Patrice Lumumba, murdered in a murky agreement concocted in the global geopolitics and the desires of one region which had an eye on independence. This ushered in Mobutu, one of infamous dictators of post colonial Africa, who implemented a Kleptocratic form of governance which led to a fragile state. As the cold war ended and the support of the USA subsided the DRC unraveled and was weakened to external pressures. In the 1990’s the repercussions of the Rwandan genocide spread through the region and was a catalyst for the Central African War, fought largely in the Congo by rebel groups and neighboring states, in which 5 million people died. Regions of the country unwittingly hosted refuges and the fighting but a new President emerged after his predecessor and father was gunned down. He managed to gain the trust of the international community to help slow the hemorrhaging of the countries wealth to its neighbors. The country now stands as a cultural powerhouse through music and fashion, and the people watch as their government negotiates foreign aid from the West and development opportunities with the new superpower – China. With a young and rapidly growing population, a new sense of confidence, and still recovering from continuing conflict in the East the DRC stands looking at an uncertain future. The world has been involved in the countries past and will be in the future. But to understand this, and to start to make a difference, we must look at the road that got the DRC where it is today. Starting New Year 2021 this podcast will travel through this journey. Episodes will be released each fortnight starting January, after an initial burst of releases to provide the bedrock. Join us as we go follow a unique and hidden story. Welcome to the History of the Congo.

Indie Game Movement – The podcast about the business and marketing of indie games.

  • Publisher: Andrew Pappas, Indie Game Marketer and Consultant
  • Total Episodes: 52

Andrew Pappas, founder of RenGen Marketing helps take indie devs and their games to a whole new level by discussing business best practices and sharing marketing strategies and tips to better navigate the world of indie game marketing. Regardless if you’re an indie dev starting out or a veteran small team, the topic discussions apply to anyone wanting to better understand the online environment and stand out in a saturated market. A marketer since 2011, Andrew has found a passion for applying his knowledge by empowering and educating the indie dev community. Between the years of his experience and interviews with respected industry veterans, you’ll learn about online marketing, email marketing, crowdfunding, paid advertising, community development, social media, community outreach, project management, and much more. All episodes are packed with helpful information and actionable steps that can give you the confidence you need when it comes to your business and indie game marketing. Hit subscribe and get ready to become part of the indie game movement.

Americas – Audio

  • Publisher: Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • Total Episodes: 403

The CSIS Americas Program anchors the center’s work on this region with the objective to elevate the discussion to the strategic level. CSIS’s programming primarily focuses on the effect of impunity and abuse of power on defense and security sector priorities, the impact that the erosion of democratic practices and institutions has on vulnerable populations, and the consequences of forced displacement and involuntary migration.  The Americas Program collaborates closely with other CSIS Programs, including the Project on Prosperity and Development, the Simon Chair in Political Economy, the Scholl Chair in International Business, the International Security Program, the Transnational Threats Program, and the Global Health Policy Center. For more information on the Americas Program at CSIS and their various initiatives and ongoing projects, please click here. Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS events on these topics below.

Win Win – An Entrepreneurial Community

  • Publisher: Fractional Leadership LLC
  • Total Episodes: 84

Win Win – An Entrepreneurial Community is where successful entrepreneurs share how they accomplish the tricky parts of growing their business so everyone in the community (that’s you!) can do the same. Topics range from how to hire good people in a scalable way, branding, marketing, baking your values and culture into the whole team, to learning how to scale the business. Whether your business is a startup or multi-million dollar business, our host and guests teach tools you can use in every episode. Your host is Ben Wolf, a native Nashvillian currently living in Long Island, NY. Ben practiced industrial real estate brokerage and then went on to go to law school at night and practice as a corporate restructuring and bankruptcy attorney for five years in New York City. He then joined a visionary entrepreneur to help him create a mission-driven, technology powered healthcare startup in the home care space. Using the principles and tools of the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS®), he was the company’s Chief Development Officer, building up the majority of its operational divisions and leading a variety of projects until, after three years, it was the largest and fastest growing organization of its type in the State. Now, as Chief Integration Officer at Wolf’s Edge Consulting, Ben liberates founders of entrepreneurial businesses (“trapped Visionaries”) to help them return to the parts of the business they love while executing on their vision using EOS tools. You can read more about that at www.WolfsEdgeConsulting.com. The Win Win podcast creates a venue where successful entrepreneurs can pay it forward by sharing actionable information, tools, and knowledge that other members of the entrepreneurial community can immediately put into action in their own businesses.

All About Nursing

  • Publisher: Bold Brave Media Talk Radio
  • Total Episodes: 177

All About Nursing explains how nurses play a significant role in providing healthcare in multiple care settings. You will be able to hear from some of these key nurses who work in practice, academia and other practice settings. There are many different kinds of roles nurses have to choose from which makes it a great profession to work in. Additionally you will hear about challenges nurses are engaged in as healthcare continues to experience an unprecedented need to decrease costs and improve outcomes. Innovative ways nurses are addressing some key healthcare issues will also be shared. Dr. Joyce Batcheller is an Executive Nurse Advisor with The Center for the Advancement of Healthcare Professionals for AMN Healthcare and is responsible for the development and delivery of two Chief Nursing Officer Academies: CNO Academy I, which was developed for new and aspiring CNOs and CNO Academy II, which was developed for experienced CNOs.Dr. Batcheller holds the position of adjunct professor for Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing in Lubbock, Texas and serves as a consultant and educator for the Nursing Knowledge Center.Dr. Batcheller is an innovative healthcare leader known for her ability to transform nursing and improve patient outcomes. She inspires nurses and other healthcare professionals to reach their full potential. One of Dr. Batcheller’s unique talents is her ability to create a compelling vision to engage, empower, and stimulate innovation among her peers.Having served as a Chief Nursing Officer for more than 19 years in one of the largest healthcare providers in Central Texas, she has extensive experience in leading large system changes within a complex multi-hospital organization. She created and implemented a system-wide shared governance model and led a pilot site for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Institute of Healthcare Improvement – Transforming Care at the Bedside Project. During her tenure, nine of these system hospitals achieved American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification — four were Magnet®-certified and five were Pathway to Excellence®-certified.Dr. Batcheller has specialized in chief nursing officer on-boarding and authored numerous peer-reviewed publications on the subject. She is an innovative health care leader who is highly sought for speaking engagements nationally and is a holder of a Fundamentals of Magnet® certificate. She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock.

Chandoo.org Podcast – Become Awesome in Data Analysis, Charting, Dashboards & VBA using Excel

  • Publisher: Chandoo – Microsoft Excel MVP, Training & Data Analysis Specialist
  • Total Episodes: 57

Become Awesome in Excel by Chandoo.org – A podcast aimed to teach you data analysis, charting, visualization, dashboard reporting, big data analysis, Power Pivot, Self-service BI, Excel based spreadsheet-modeling, automation thru VBA, macros, project management, business analysis, interactive & dyanmic graphs, pivot tables, Excel formulas, functions, calculations, summarizing data, Excel formatting, shortcuts, productivity, application development, beginner to advanced Excel skills, excel tips, techniques, tutorials and templates. We do this by providing you with spreadsheet design strategies & tactics, Excel tips, keyboard shortcuts, productivity hacks, case studies, personal experiences, interviews with Excel authors & Microsoft MVPs, book & product reviews related to Excel and answering your Excel questions & doubts.

Learning 3.0 with Rustica Lamb

  • Publisher: Rustica Lamb
  • Total Episodes: 14

Learning as we know it is changing. In order to keep up, organisations are rapidly making changes to their learning and development teams.I’m interviewing the world’s top L&D leaders to bring you their insight into how this will look, and addressing some of the tough questions L&D are facing at this time.About your host, Rustica Lamb.Rustica is a learning designer, LMS consultant, edupreneur, facilitator and founder of Bloom Learning Technologies (2012). She is one of New Zealand’s best known learning and development personalities, a trusted L&D advisor and a well respected leader in the industry. Rustica has 25+ years experience as an L&D Manager, eLearning designer, senior instructional designer, capability advisor, SAP trainer, facilitator, project manager and mentor. She designs learning experiences and spaces which are engaging, affirming, empowering and inspiring. Rustica has worked internally and externally with a number of organisations, including: Westpac, ANZ, Ministry of Health, Contact Energy, Vodafone, Ministry of Justice, Mighty River Power, Telecom, Vodafone, Green Cross Health, Orion Health and Morgan & Banks. She held the position of Vice President for the New Zealand Association of Training and Development (NZATD) from 2012 to 2015, and was the NZATD Practitioner of the Year in 2012. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Power of the Game Podcast

  • Publisher: Golf Saudi
  • Total Episodes: 8

This is Power of the Game, a Golf Saudi podcast presented by Robbie Greenfield.   In this series, Robbie speaks to a diverse range of golf industry experts and key stakeholders about the power of this wonderful sport, and how the world-class projects under development in Saudi Arabia make it the most dynamic golfing nation globally. Check out the podcast and be sure to subscribe so that you never miss an episode.

Invest with Daniel Pecaut: Investing in Stocks, Personal Development, Relationships, Meditation and Yourself

  • Publisher: Daniel Pecaut: Featured in New York Times, Money Magazine, and Omaha World-Herald
  • Total Episodes: 14

Daniel is a Harvard graduate who has worked in investing for 30+ years and runs a successful investing company. He has devoted his life to personal growth and empowering others. He will soon be an ordained zen priest and is a leader in the Mankind Project. He is the author of The Warren Buffett Letters and an upcoming series on personal development. See more at: http://www.danielpecaut.com/

Environmental Management Bureau 10: Podcast

  • Publisher: DENR-EMB Region 10
  • Total Episodes: 6

EMB is guided by the vision of a nation empowered to protect its finite natural resources in pursuit of sustainable development, to ensure a healthy environment that enhances the Filipino quality of life for present and future generations. Its mission is to restore, protect, and enhance environmental quality towards good public health, environmental integrity, and economic viability.EMB is the national authority in the Philippines that sets air and water quality standards and monitors ambient and point source pollutants. It manages hazardous and toxic wastes under the Toxic Substances, Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Control Act and implements the Philippine Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) system.To promote compliance with environmental standards, EMB has innovated an approach to engage industry and environmental agencies in voluntary self-regulation. Under the Philippine Environmental Partnership Program, the EMB provides a suite of technical and regulatory assistance as an incentive for industry to explore and implement cost-effective and sustainable pollution management strategies.EMB has also made public participation and transparency key elements of its EIA system, involving affected communities and stakeholders at various stages of project developments to ensure safe, smart, and sustainable development.EMB operates offices at the central, regional, provincial and community levels throughout the Philippines.

The Living Project

  • Publisher: The Living Project
  • Total Episodes: 32

A powerful journey with the wild. Hosted by Cormac Davey and Josh Bulpin, who between us have led more than 50 personal development expeditions in the wild around the world. We feature guests; ordinarily inspired people from around the world keen to share their relationship with the wild, their human journey, and to inspire you. We share the wisdom of their authentic stories of the soul, for you to consider yourselves while walking your own path. Be True. Live Wild Original Music: Nigel Lacey @delaceynigel (https://www.instagram.com/delaceynigel/) Follow us @itsthelivingproject (https://www.instagram.com/itsthelivingproject/) A collaboration between: @joshuabulpin (https://www.instagram.com/joshuabulpin/) + @mindfuladventurejourneys  (https://www.instagram.com/mindfuladventurejourneys/)

Green Heritage Futures

  • Publisher: Julie’s Bicycle
  • Total Episodes: 5

Green Heritage Futures is a podcast exploring cultural heritage and climate change. Julie’s Bicycle Project Manager Lucy Latham sits down each month with a figure working at the intersection of cultural heritage and climate change to explore their projects and perspectives. The series looks at the importance of protecting cultural heritage in the face of climate change, as well as the unique opportunities of cultural heritage in engaging citizens and driving environmental solutions. Julie’s Bicycle is a London based charity that supports the creative community to act on climate change and environmental sustainability. Like the podcast? Tell us what you think on Twitter @JuliesBicycle and hashtag #GreenHeritageFutures. This podcast is part of ROCK, a project focusing on historic city centres as extraordinary laboratories to demonstrate how Cultural Heritage can be a unique and powerful engine of regeneration, sustainable development and economic growth for the whole city. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730280. The content of this podcast reflects only the views of the speakers. The Agency is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

Strategic Insight

  • Publisher: Caroline Stockmann
  • Total Episodes: 58

Caroline Stockmann, Chief Executive of the Association of Corporate Treasurers, draws on personal learnings from a full and varied career. The drive behind the podcast series is the belief that we do not focus enough time on personal development outside the ‘technical’ – those areas with which we more often feel comfortable, and which link very directly to our roles and job functions. Our very busy day jobs, as well as culture, tend to have us leave such considerations to the occasional leadership/management training which is not followed up on, nor ‘practised’ sufficiently after the event for its learnings to become embedded. We do not treat our communications and relationship-building skills like other work projects, yet expect somehow for them to be as successful. And we can get frustrated with the world and people around us, leaving us feeling somewhat helpless and demotivated, when by focusing on the things we can change, we will improve our health, happiness and career. By developing our non-technical skills, we can differentiate ourselves from others more effectively, and increase our likelihood of progressing professionally. And although people’s expectations of work are changing, as are their brains (according to neuroscientists), the insights in this series are likely to remain relevant, and in fact, become even more important in the future. Whether it’s about becoming a board member, the value of diverse teams, the power of visualisation, identifying and putting into action our values, or resilience: all these insights can help us manage our careers in the future, whether we change jobs frequently, develop portfolio careers or indeed change professions every so often.

Rise Through Strife: Personal Development for Entrepreneurs

  • Publisher: Katie Sullivan
  • Total Episodes: 38

The Rise through Strife Podcast is a personal development show specifically for entrepreneurs. This show deals with the unique struggles that aspiring business owners face in launching their side hustle, passion project, or full-blown business. Many boot-strapping business owners have found that the #1 most important thing in their success is first becoming the person they’re meant to be, so they can do the things they want to do. This show is all about the mindset & personal growth side of being an entrepreneur. We share our stories with you, so you can feel inspired to take charge of your own circumstances, recognize your gifts, find peace within yourself, and make a positive difference in the world. The purpose of this show is to empower you to overcome adversity, and use the gifts you were born with to start your side hustle, passion project, or business to change your own life and the lives of others. Your host, Katie Sullivan is a mindset & creativity coach with programs to help people leave their day job for creative pursuits that fill their hearts, souls, and minds. Her goal is to inspire you to know that no matter the struggles you’ve faced, you have gifts that the world needs, and the power to create a beautiful life. Topics covered include business, marketing, strategy, entrepreneurship, creativity, mindset, empowerment, finding purpose, personal growth, and freedom. Hit subscribe and get ready to rise through strife – together.

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